For the 12 months total revenue excluding Spain grew 11.8 percent at constant currency to just over 1.1 billion pounds, the firm said, and rose 2.4 percent on a same store comparison.
With recession-era shopping habits entrenched, discount retailers, both in general merchandise and food, are taking sales from Britain's "big four" supermarkets.
Poundland said it had opened 60 net new stores in the UK and Ireland and had a strong pipeline of openings for the new year.
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Last week the group learned it would likely have to sell some stores to avoid its proposed 55 million pound takeover of smaller rival 99p Stores b referred for an in-depth investigation by British competition regulators.
Britain's Competition and Markets Authority said the deal, which would add 251 stores to Poundland's estate, could result in a substantial cut to competition and would face a further probe unless acceptable undertakings were offered by April 16.
Poundland said on Tuesday it would make an announcement in due course.
Analysts are on average forecasting a pretax profit for 2014-15 of 44 million pounds.
Shares in Poundland, which floated in March 2014 at 300 pence, closed at 332 pence on Monday, valuing the business at around 830 million pounds.